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Have you heard a friend, colleague, or loved one say that she had back or neck problems and worked with a physical therapist who helped her resolve her pain using the McKenzie Method? Did this leave you wondering what the McKenzie Method is about and whether it could help you or a friend with spinal or extremity pain?   The McKenzie Method, also known as Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT), is an evidenced based assessment and treatment philosophy of active patient involvemen...
Posted on 2019-04-30
  Why Physical Therapy?   There are many choices. Here’s why you should see a physical therapist first.   Are you or a family member are dealing with pain and aren’t quite sure who you should go see? A physical therapist might not be the first person you think of, but hopefully after reading this, it’ll help you understand how we can help.  What does a physical therapist do and how can they help with an injury?   A physical therapist can hel...
Posted on 2019-03-22
Exercising In The Cold - Embrace The Chill Factor When winter hits, getting out of bed to exercise isn’t particularly appealing for most of us. Winter also heralds an increase in colds and flu. So why would you want to keep exercising in the cold, and what’s the best way to prepare for it? Here are a few reasons why you need to keep moving and the best tips to keep you on track.   Why you need to move even when it’s cold   Preparing For Summer You might hav...
Posted on 2019-02-25
Eat well. Perform better. If you want to perform well, you have to eat well. You are what you eat. Optimal nutrition can enhance physical activity, athletic performance, and recovery from exercise. Each individual has different dietary needs; therefore, it is important to identify the appropriate quantity, quality, and timing of food and fluids to most effectively support what your body needs to thrive.   To ensure that you are eating well ask yourself the following questions.   ...
Posted on 2019-01-29
Indoor activities to get you through winter Burr… It’s getting cold outside the chances of leaving the house for anything other than essentials (like work and obtaining groceries) decreases exponentially with the temperature outside. If it’s cold outside you are less likely to be inclined to venture out into the freezing air. For the days (or, let’s face it, months) when the weather is less-than-ideal, it’s easy for our productivity—and general satisfactio...
Posted on 2018-11-27
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